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beverage control, abc, seeking a person-to-person premises-to-premises type 48 on-sale general for public premises bar license. for 222 powell street on the east side of powell street between geary and ofarrel. this is currently licensed as a type 21 off-sale general and type 42 on-sale beer and wine. the applicant has agreed to surrender 21 and 42 upon issuance of type 48 license by the abc. for the purposes of this hearing, the abc seeks a determination from the board of supervisors as to approval or denial of this license. no records of police calls for services from july 2011 to june 2012. no record of police reports from july 2011 to june 2012. this premises is located on plot 174. the high crime area is defined as 215 or more reported incidents in a plot. this plot has 1,232 reported incidents reported for 2010. this is over the high crime area defined definition by 1,017. the applicant premises is located in the high-crime area. this premises is located in census track 117. on-sale license authorized by the census track is seven. active on-sale licenses, 93. the applicant premises
for an application with the abc, seeking an original type 40 on the sale of beer for 33131716th street on the south side of 16th between albian and valencia streets. for the purposes of this hearing, the california department of alcoholic beverage control, abc, seeks a determination with the board of supervisors as to the approval or denial of this license. police calls for service for august 2011 to august 2012, 29 calls for service. police reports during that same time period, no record. this promise is in lot 413. the high crime area is defined as 215 or more reported incidents in a plot. this plot has 472 reported incidents recorded for 2010. this is over the high crime area definition by 257. the applicant premises is located in a high crime area. this premises located in the census track 202. on sal license authorized by census track is 22. active on sale licenses, 37. the applicant premises is located in an undue concentration area. letters of protest, no record with the abc. letters of support, no record with the abc. no opposition from mission station. the police department alu recommends
and things will go back to normal tomorrow. lyders from northwest washington, sam ford, abc 7 news. >> last night's heavy rains did not just blood out roads but it caused big issues for the metro system. there was the closure of the howard university station causing a writer there to take shuttle buses or find a different way to get where they were going. they may prepare for more rain tonight. >> metro inspectors and the sea water inspectors have an underground trying to figure out how comehis metro station flooded last night and had to be closed. so far, there was so much rain in such a short amount of time. whatever the reason, the result is a lot of unhappy customers. the signs of last night's flooding was still apparent that the metro station this morning. a layer of mud is still on the track and the smell of water lenders. they shut their doors around 8:00 class night. offer shuttle buses between mount vernon and georgia avenue but many people had to find other ways home. >> it's inconvenient to go find another stop that works. >> for others, just another frustration. >> do i need to
spokesperson declined to comment today. brad bell, abc 7 news. >> folks you can see the video yourself as well as catch up on the investigation right now on wjla.com. also a storm watch. hot and humid. feeling more like july than september now. >> it sure is. normally thunderstorms would pop up from the area. people are still cleaning up after the flooding. we really do not need more. >> that is true. doug hill is in the weather center. >> especially tomorrow and then tomorrow night, we do not need more of it. let's go to our storm scan. showers across the mid-atlantic. a warm front moving in. maybe some remnants left over from is it. it is a soupy mess out there. that will be the story through the evening. but check out these temperatures. 88 at reagan national airport, but when you factor in the humidity it feels like 95. isolated showers and thunderstorms hours through the evening. more for you coming up. >> remember, you can get this information, including a look at the radar, any time on line. and also with the back for your -- the app for your iphone or android. and the fourth time this
of the far east when they learned about the photos. as abc 2 news reports, the word is they're furious. >> you have given us the most wonderful welcome. >> reporter: only days into their tour to asia, the royal couple learned nude photos of the duchess of cambridge were printed in the french gossip magazine. the pictures were said to have been taken at this secluded french ease sate where they spent several days before their asian trip began. and the sour source -- sources tell abc news at first they were saddened and then angry. now the palace says legal action is being launched against the publishers for breach of policy. >> there is a ental of not suing the media. you're talking about a long lens on vacation and in france where the privacy laws are very tough. >> reporter: they call the photos reminisce sent of the worst excesses of the papparazzi during the life of princess diana. it was 15 years ago princess diana died fleeing the papparazzi the france. >> and it would be a badge of honor, if they get taken to court, they would be delighted. >> reporter: the photos also come weeks
away. for immediate relief no news yet. live from northwest washington, sam ford, abc 7 news. >> stick with abc 74 storm watch news. you can click on the weather talibab on wjla.com. you can download are storm watch app for iphone or android. >> president obama is in a louisiana touring the areas where hurricane is it hit. 0---- isaac hit. more than 100,000 households are still without power. the heat index is well above 100 degrees. the democratic national convention is getting underway in less than 24 hours. one of the biggest issues taking center stage is the issue of whether americans are better off now than they were four years ago. jay korff has more on the convention countdown. >> keep in mind, president obama won north carolina by less than 0.5% and now has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country at 9.6%. delegates are streaming in to charlotte, n.c., on the eve of the democratic national convention expected to showcase politicians and entertainers alike. on tuesday, the first lady. on wednesday bill clinton. the president takes the stage thursday. they blasted the
to be the first to hear when a storm is on its way. just head to our website, abc2news.com/mobile and download our storm shield app. remember, to download our weather apps, just text wmar to 46988. >>> a image -- grand jury indicted 15-year-old robert gladden, jr. he faces nine counts of first degree aspaw. gladden is accused of bringing a gun to school and shooting his 17-year-old classmate. it names eight other's stopped gladden. >>> police evacuated a neighborhood in baltimore county after a hazmat scare. today two teens face chargings of concocting drugs for huffing in the basement on regally oak -- ridgely oak road. police arrested 19-year-old justin trionfo. today his mother told abc2 news that his arrest came as welcome news. she said her son and a friend were mixing engine starter fluid with water in bottles for huffing. it prompted and evacuation. >> i was upstairs and didn't smell it until i came down. i'm so sorry, though to all the neighbors about what happened and what took place, but he has been arrested and his friend. >> carol ready as also been charged with allegedly concocting th
sue hall has latest now. we're going begin abc 7's vic lee. >> and and it's been a long day for investigate skbrorz they've been on that freeway all day long z who is the driver. and why did he shoot the officer? >> there are many unanswered questions. why was the officer car parked in front of the suspect's jeep? normally they pull up behind cars they stop. but the car did have one device that may help investigators answer questions. >> we do have video we're going to analyze to see what happened. >> chp is withholding names but told horters -- reporters he's based in the contra costa county field office in martinez. >> taken to john muir medical center and said to be in critical condition at this time. >> the shooting happened at about 8:20 this morning in alamo on southbound interstate 680. investigators say the exchange of gunfire occurred after the officer made a traffic stop on a jeep. a second officer in another patrol car was also on the scene. here is sheriffs spokesman jimmy lee. >> first officer did make contact with the driver. and shortly thereafter, the driver
llc. this is a corporation. there is basically no bank account, a secretary of state and abc filing. it was the intention of property owner to preserve the liquor license, not run into non-conforming use for letting it go too long. these -- as soon as this license transfers, mike and alex are going to go down to abc with me, get finger-printed, put in a new llc questionnaire and take over 100% ownership. they do have a lease. they are in positive sofasing these premises. it is approximately 4,500 square feet, half of it outside, which is what makes this place so beloved. it is a beautiful old garden. it was for 30 years. first the eagle, then the eagle tavern. during the 80s this particular location hosted well over 500 fundraisers for h.i.v. and a.i.d.s. and raised millions of dollars. this is much beloved in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and trance gender community. they are happy there are new owners that want to respect the old eagle and bring it back. so this project includes a number of ada upgrades, ada bathrooms, passive travel. there would be soundproofing added. it's always b
is in their prayers tonight. live in walnut creek, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> and that concern will mean a lot to the family. >>> tonight we have learned new information about the moments after the shooting including the commuters who stopped and tried to provide medical treatment to the wounded officer. john alston is live at the field office in martinez. that's where officer youngstrom works. >> dan, it is quiet now, but officers on duty and off duty were pulling up and consoling each other while investigators from the county and the chp are trying to figure out what exactly happened. more than ten hours after the shooting the dead suspect's jeep was hauled away from the shoulder of 680 in alamo. sky 7hd was overhead as the crime scene was cleared. investigators from the contra costa county department are working on a time line on the traffic stop that ended in gunfire. >> we do have dsh cam video we will analyze to see exactly what happened. >> they are also talking to witnesses including one man who pulled over immediately after the shooting and called 9-1-1. that man's boss tells abc7 new
quarterback --eted of theis in and hands nfl and the officials union. and a green bay linebacker posted -- abc news, new york. >> a with abc 7 news for the latest on the referee controversy. wjla.com for more. >> at dulles international be business as reports of a bomb threat. garage was closed several hours monday night while investigated floor by car. and, by authorities did not find suspicious, but there delays involving arriving s.ight the airports did not have to be shut down. >> ribbon cutting will be held the startng to mark of greyhound bus service and union station. eleanor holmes norton will over the event. greyhound service at union .tation begins tomorrow montgomery county police investigating a stabbing in just aftervillage 10:30. was outside an apartment complex. a man was stabbed several times. we don't know his condition or what led to it. police of not release any information on the suspects. will be a devastating day liberty highat school in fauquier county. >> a 16-year-old ian heflin was y morning when the was in a crash. his sister was seriously injured. the teenage driver
stable. live in walnut creek abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> and as you've seen the investigation into this shooting caused major traffic tie ups in the alamo area. and it's been terrible there all day long. and we're live with what drivers have been facing all day. >> there is traffic moving behind me. it did reopen about 1:00. it's slow going but that is normal for the road at this time of the day. what was not normal is what happened earlier. this video gives an idea of how bizarre traffic disruption became on 680. big rigs turned on the middle of the freeway this, on ramp became an off ramp. >> we had to. we're sitting there two hours and how weird does it feel? >> weird. >> the closure made the back to work commute a nightmare that left thousands of people frazzled. >> i've been in traffic two and a half hours and i'm stressed out. this is a pit stop. >> the town became a parking a lot. drivers got off on sycamore valley trying to make their way through downtown. truckers found themselves in a jam. >> and this is like a no truck zone. there is nothing else we can do. >> someb
: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," september 27th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. if you've ever lost something at an airport, you probably wondered where that camera or ipod really ended up. well, tonight, we've got a sting operation that could bring you some answers. sometimes your favorite shiny toys can end up in the homes of people who screen your baggage. the tsa officers at the security gate. with the help of simple tracking technology and some tempting bait, abc's brian ross brings us this "nightline" investigates. >> reporter: this is the tsa security screening checkpoint at terminal b of the airport in orlando, florida. a place where this $600 ipad, belonging to abc news, was left behind, on purpose, and then disappeared. abc news tape shows it was last seen at the airport in the hands of this tsa officer, andy ramirez. and then, several hours later, we were able to track our i pad using its find me app also it moved away from the airport. step by step, until it stopped at
and temperature around 78 as we head into lunchtime for today. and now a check of the abc2 news timesaver traffic with lauren cook. we have a little patchy fog. >>> that is a problem across the region. so be careful as you head out. we have our first crash of the day in howard county right in ellicott city on waterloo road and snowed in river parkway. for those of you heading to interstate 70, we'll be delay free from columbia pike up to 695. this is how traffic is shaping up on 695 right now. the west side is nice and clear. and here, we're starting to pick up on the outer loop. but you're still looking at a 11 minute ride from 695 and 95. the parkway will remain clear. and for those of you using the jfx, no problems to report, traveling southbound from the beltway to fayette street. that will take you 11 minutes as well. that is a look at your abc2 news timesaver traffic. >>> a shooting in perry haul high school, a gun at stemmers run. the school leaders know they need to do something to make your child feel safe whenever they go to school. and they think he have the answer. sherrie johnson is
soaring more than 200 points, to the highest close in nearly five years. so, will this new plan work? abc's bianna golodryga breaks it down for us right now. >> reporter: what the federal reserve chairman did today was unprecedented. announcing the fed would buy back some $40 billion worth of mortgage-backed securities each month. what makes today's decision so remarkable is that it's open-ended. meaning that the fed can print as much money as it wants for as long as it wants. they tried this type of program twice before, limited versions, with only lackluster results. but the fed says the economy needs a longer boost. >> it isn't growing fast enough to make significant progress, reducing the unemployment rate. the weak job market should concern every american. >> reporter: so, we've seen similar types of programs from the fed before. why does ben bernanke think this one will be different? >> the key aspect of the program is that it's unlimited. the fed is not going to let its foot off the gas pedal until it is confident that it sees substantial improvement in the labor market. >> reporte
for them. >> reporter: in glen burnie, abc 2 news. >>> and anne arundel county police never made the arrest in the 2010 sexual assault. if you can remember seeing or hearing anything in either case that would help, call the northern district at 410-222- 6135. >>> a 22-year-old is in custody after police say he set three fires in essex overnight. the fires were started shortly before 4:00 this morning. jamie brown's home is one of those targeted. in addition to the damage to his home, he lost things he feels can't be replaced. >> the volkswagon do you know buggy. it is -- you -- it is pretty much irreplaceable. i had it for 20 some years, and a jeep, the jeep c.j. 7. i mean, it was -- you know, to everybody else it was nothing, but to me it is -- i enjoy it. it is my hobby. >> reporter: the baltimore county police say they found a man lying in the grass. we're told he lives in the area and they expect to file charges soon. the police say when they come across cases like this, they look at past charges to see if there pay be a connection. jo and an update now to breaking news we first brought
. reporting live from the white house, rebecca cooper, abc 7 news. >> our coverage continues. tonight at 6:00 more on the investigation, and why they blame the obama administration for the response to the attacks. >> two officers were distraught. they noticed eight stolen tag as they try to make a stop around the o'clock p.m. in northeast. -- around 3:00 in northeast. >> no complaints in the weather department. >> beautiful. >> absolutely gorgeous. >> let's take a look at what is happening for the rest of the week. >> outside it 100% sunshine. even the pauling was not that bad today. our pollen count ragweed, it was four. look at the morning live temperatures. 60 in washington, at the same time it was 47 at dulles. another cool morning into the 40's. overnight tonight, it will be a clear, cool night, heading out to school early in the morning temperatures once again in the 50's, not as cool, and there will be a touch of humanity. i will have all of the details from the weather center in a few minutes. >> ok, thank you. police are searching for a man who grabbed a woman during a morning jog
them from becoming financial nightmares. abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas starts us off. >> reporter: tonight, the financial and banking industry is on high alert as a massive cyber attack remains under way. potentially millions of customers trying bank online this past week blocked. among the targets, bank of america, pnc and wells fargo. >> there is an elevated level of threat. the treat level is now high. >> reporter: sources tell abc news it's a denial of service attack, where hackers from the middle east have secretly commandeered thousands of computers worldwide. those computers, or zombies, have overwhelmed bank websites with a barrage of electronic traffic. different banks have been targeted different days. today was pnc's turn. we tried for three hours to get on pnc's website, but we couldn't get through. on facebook today, frustrated customers. cynthia wrote, "trying to pay bills. this is ridiculous." stacy posted, "hopefully it can be up soon. never realized how dependent i am on it." a group of hackers calling themselves izz ad-din al qassam warned the financ
and abc 7 news is there now and joins us live to explain how this prompted an alert. >> there is an alert sent out to other refineries and this is what it says. we know there is a section of the pipe failed we're pretty sure we know why. and there is where we did not inspect all sections and went on to say this is what we're doing now and think other refineries should be doing, too. >> what we've done is enhanced our program and today, we're sharing what we have learned. and so to try to prevent something similar from happening. >> there is a picture of the section of the pipe that failed. there is a thinning issue. several things have to happen here when there are temperatures inside exceeds 450 degrees. the pipe is made of carbon steal with low silicon. those elements contributing to early corrosion. this is why members are upset. >> there is a explanation this is the biggest i've seen since i've been here. it's big enough for me. >> and that is a section taken away to be analyzed and tested. and according to chevron, the results may not be known sometime. >> there is a labor dispute be
crash. what we do know is one person is dead. for the latest, go to abc2news.com/traffic. >>> now to daniel borowy, the student gund down on the irs -- gunned down o the first day of school. there is a fund-raiser to cover his medical expenses. daniel is well enough to be the guest of honor. >> reporter: 107 minutes before shots rang out critically injuring daniel borowy, she said the son had left early to take college classes. >> for something to happen to any kid is here belt as -- horrible. as a mom, i wouldn't know where to begin but they're doing it. they need everybody's help. >> reporter: doyle runs the networking company that planned an and of the summer party. now she's turned it into a fund-raiser for the teen. >> not only are they going to have insane medical expenses because he was in shock trauma for almost two weeks, got the medivac, home therapy. plus he needs counseling to get past emotional trauma of it, add that to who's going to stay home and take care of them. >> reporter: doyle estimates the bro yes -- borowy's portion as $100,000. >> i have not met daniel yet
. roosevelt leftwich, abc2 news. >>> it rained. the wind blew through. >> one of the first signs of damage is flooding and some homes in baltimore county saw a lot of rainfall. when there's that much rain, flooded basements. look at the water gushing up. >> we're working for you with tips from the centers for disease control about what you should do if your home gets flooded. start by keeping the kids and pets away and take anything that could be cleaned out before mold can develop. use fans, dehumidifiers and air conditioners to dry out as keekly as possible. wash anything you wear in hot water before you wear it again. if the damage is bad enough you may also have to remove the drywall and insulation. and when it doubt, always consider calling a professional to make sure that your home is safe. >>> now, if you have enough damage that you think will need an insurance claim, we have more next on how to handle it. click on the don't waste your money section right there on the money tab. >>> check out this video from arlington, virginia. strong winds and heavy rain took their toll. this is a
and mustaches. we called abc, and the current liquor license on file at that address is 47 not of 48. come home the agenda item before us says this is a resolution to terminate the premises transfer of a type 48 until general public premises liquor license. can we transfer oa license w thc will have to address to you. the information we gathered is it was a promise to promise, type 48. -- premise to premise. clarification would have to come from abc. supervisor kim: there is no one from abc at this meeting. that is what we learned when we contacted abc is that they owned a 47 license. in that case, what would happen in the situation that has the wrong license number on it? >> again, that would be with abc because that belongs to them. they would make the ultimate decision. transfer a license that does not exist? supervisor kim: it is that this address does not about 48 license, can we transfer of 48 license to this address? >> that would be a question that abc would have to answer. supervisor campos: thank you very much. based on our own independent research, we also found out the lessons being
>>> you lose control of functioning properly. >> well, i don't know. >> abc7 news april april of -- catches up with the driver who crashes into a fuel pump at a martinez gas station tonight. good evening. i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson has the night off. two cars were torched in that blaze. you can see the aftermath and all of the damage just moments after it happened from sky 7hd. abc7 news reporter alan wang is live at the gas station in martinez tonight. alan, this could have been a disaster. >> yes, it was very scary for a moment there. it happened around 5:30 this evening. th is the gas pom -- this is the gas pump that was knocked off its foundation. it was all captured on surveillance video from across the street. watch the car across the street as it backs up toward the gas pump and then suddenly accelerates, smashing into the pump and igniting a fire. gas station attendant paul berge realized his worst fear. >> the whole place going up. there are only 4,000 gallons of gasoline under there. >> berge says this man who would not identify himself is the driver who got out
lose control of functioning properly. >> well, i don't know. >> abc7 news april april of -- catches up with the driver who crashes into a fuel pump at a martinez gas station tonight. good evening. i'm dan ashley. carolyn johnson has the night off. two cars were torched in that blaze. you can see the aftermath and all of the damage just moments after it happened from sky 7hd. abc7 news reporter alan wang is live at the gas station in martinez tonight. alan, this could have been a disaster. >> yes, it was very scary for a moment there. it happened around 5:30 this evening. th is the gas pom -- this is the gas pump that was knocked off its foundation. it was all captured on surveillance video from across the street. watch the car across the street as it backs up toward the gas pump and then suddenly accelerates, smashing into the pump and igniting a fire. gas station attendant paul berge realized his worst fear. >> the whole place going up. there are only 4,000 gallons of gasoline under there. >> berge says this man who would not identify himself is the driver who got out before the flame
, it is just another day. reporting live in oakland, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. >>> well, developing news in castro valley where police say two cars exchanged gunfire near interstate 580. the shots were reported about 7:30 on redwood road adjacent to westbound 580. the chp shutdown all westbound lanes between the castro valley exit and redwood road for about an hour so they could gather evidence. there are no reports of injuries. it doesn't appear anyone was hit. the investigation is on going. >>> new tonight in san jose, a terrifying time as a house goes up in flames. terrifying because it appeared that at least one person may have been trapped inside. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa? >> dan, the fire started just after 7:00 tonight in the house behind me. take a look. you can see a lot of damage left behind. and right now firefighters and investigators are sifting through the remains. the cause is still under investigation. itthe fire started in the garage, and you can see how high the flames left from the building. there was a lot of
day. reporting live in oakland, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. >>> well, developing news in castro valley where police say two cars exchanged gunfire near interstate 580. the shots were reported about 7:30 on redwood road adjacent to westbound 580. the chp shutdown all westbound lanes between the castro valley exit and redwood road for about an hour so they could gather evidence. there are no reports of injuries. it doesn't appear anyone was hit. the investigation is on going. >>> new tonight in san jose, a terrifying time as a house goes up in flames. terrifying because it appeared that at least one person may have been trapped inside. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa? >> dan, the fire started just after 7:00 tonight in the house behind me. take a look. you can see a lot of damage left behind. and right now firefighters and investigators are sifting through the remains. the cause is still under investigation. itthe fire started in the garage, and you can see how high the flames left from the building. there was a lot of confusion when fi
be released at the age of 21. laura anthony, abc7 news. >>> in san mateo concerned parents demanded answers of police and school district officials after a 9-year-old girl was kidnapped from campus and molested. terry mcsweeney joins us live where a crowded meeting just got out. >> reporter: crowded and very emotional. cameras were not allowed in. it was very, very emotional and the emotional peak occurred when the parents of the 9-year-old girl who was molested and kidnapped if parkside last friday got up to speak talking about needing changes going forward and wondering why changes hadn't been made already. >> it is always emotional when you hear the parents speak. obviously, the emotions of what could have happened something much more tragic. >> reporter: 150 concerned parents came with questions for the deputy and school district superintendent. >> i have two children that go to school here. my husband came and picked them up from school that afternoon and he had no clue that happened. we didn't find out until 5:30 in the evening. >> it was important the information put out to our famil
hall. that law also requires that he be released at the age of 21. laura anthony, abc7 news. >>> in san mateo concerned parents demanded answers of police and school district officials after a 9-year-old girl was kidnapped from campus and molested. terry mcsweeney joins us live where a crowded meeting just got out. >> reporter: crowded and very emotional. cameras were not allowed in. it was very, very emotional and the emotional peak occurred when the parents of the 9-year-old girl who was molested and kidnapped if parkside last friday got up to speak talking about needing changes going forward and wondering why changes hadn't been made already. >> it is always emotional when you hear the parents speak. obviously, the emotions of what could have happened something much more tragic. >> reporter: 150 concerned parents came with questions for the deputy and school district superintendent. >> i have two children that go to school here. my husband came and picked them up from school that afternoon and he had no clue that happened. we didn't find out until 5:30 in the evening. >> it was impor
. >> now, abc2news at 11:00. >> showers moving in tonight. how wild will the weather get tuesday. our most accurate forecast. next. >> a lot of times they had to put up with all kinds of behavior. >>> new information about the incident that put a paramedic in jail. a police report says that sean white slapped a patient. >>> it is time to help fight for financial freedom. we work with a new tool for military families. >>> we'll start tonight with a look over downtown bellaire. the clouds gradually rolled in. >>> that means the rain is not too far off. will you need an umbrella? >>> let's check in. when will the rain head our way, wyatt? >> i would take the rain tomorrow. rain is edging in already. in southern maryland we have rain towards charles county and a couple showers creeping in the d. c. area. this is just the beginning. the main storm system is well south and west of us. heavy rain in the tennessee valley. the storm system is getting its act together. we have two different components we'll phase together. we can see some heavy downpours and gusty thunderstorms tomorrow af
thousands of democratic delegates will be arriving in charlotte this morning. >> abc brandy hitt has the latest on what's going on on tobacco road. >> it's time to move forward. that's the choice of the election. >> reporter: this week it's the democrats' turn to rally behind president oand the bid for a second term. the stage is set in charlotte with democrats filling the national convention, the most open convention in history. >> right up front and personal. >> reporter: democrats are using star power to get message across all week long including appearances by eva longorria james taylor mary j. blige and foo fighters. later michelle obama and former president bill clinton will speak leading up to a large celebration thursday inside bank of america stadium. >> enough is enough. >> reporter: hundreds protested the big banks on the streets of charlotte sunday. on his road to charlotte tour, president obama continues to criticize the republican opponent's convention speech. >> governor romney knows the secret to creating jobs and growing the economy. nobody ever bothered to tell us w
for the day. latest abc news poll find that presidt obama is six points ahead in, eight points up since the political conventions. >>> it is going to be neck and neck all the way down the stretch. >> seems like president obama if you believe the polls got more of a bounce out of conventions. the debates will start. it will be who won the debate. yes, it certainly is going to shift. >> if president obama's approval rating is 50% or lower he will become the first president to ever become re-elected with a 50% approval rating or lower, george w., had a 48% in august, but not in september when he was re-elected. >> interesting, beth candidates. mitt romney, and president obama staying away from ground zero today. let the families. >> the families will be there. only the families reading the names of those that were lost. >> right. >> also they're pulling any negative ad off the tv airwaves thankfully today. >> can weep du do that forever? >> it pays the bills here. >> pays our salaries. >> helps with coffee. >>> back to the bargaining table in chicago as massive teachers strike enters the s
family," thank you to everybody at fox, at abc, dana, gary, thank you. and most especially thank you to all of our -- >> oh, did you want to stay another hour? good night, everybody. thanks for watching. >> announcer: tonight, it all started with gma's lara spencer and josh elliott, with the stars, on the emmy red carpet. and now, tomorrow lara and josh are at it again, with "good morning america's" emmy party live in l.a. plus, steven tyler finally speaks out about why he left "idol." and don't miss taylor swift with a special "good morning america" exclusive. tomorrow on abc. >> announcer: program nominations are made by all voting members. all other nominations are determined by peer balloting. emmy recipients are determined by peer panels who screened all nominations. votes were tabulated by the accounting firm of ernst & young llp and the winners announced at the awards ceremonies on september 15th creative arts awards, and september 23rd primetime telecast. >>> an elementary school principal in jail tonight, accused of selling meth. >> a star-studded night at the emmies. we
in annapolis horace holmes, abc7 news. >> there is some nasty weather possibly coming in tomorrow. >> it was feeling more like august. there is word of a big change and we have a look at the weekend forecast. >> tonight is no problem. we start our coverage from the belfort furniture weather center. sunny, warm, humid. things are going to change in a big way. 91 in frederick. 89 in fredericksburg. good out or whether this evening. cloudy and monday overnight. showers and thunderstorms are coming through. they are in milwaukee this evening and they could be paying as a visit by an afternoon drew the evening tomorrow. sunshine in the morning and then dealing with storms that could be severe with a moderate risk along interstate 95. wind damage is a possibility. a lot more to talk about with the timing this weekend in just a few minutes. >> you can keep an eye on the weather all weekend long with wjla.com and the storm warn 7 app. >> new developments in a police-involved shooting. they have a concern -- they have confirmed the suspect shot was handcuffed when police opened fire. brad
. but some of the shine has already worn off the smartphone. abc7 news reporter tells us why some new owners are complaining after waiting in long lines to get one. >> sales are still brisk here at the apple store on university avenue. new i-phone owners aren't shy about showing off their new buy. some found a tiny chip on the phone just after he left the store. >> that's no fun. >> one customer was quickly wisked into the store by an employee after he showed our camera a chip on his phone. we heard them saying they would take care of the problem. on the facebook page there's more than 50 comments. she writes, blah apple, i'll stick to my four-year-old incredible, i can get to where i need to go and make calls. paul b writes, if it's that easy to chip and scrap it in the box it came in, sorry, apple, about you just made up by mind with the upgrade. i'm going with the htc-x-1. >> and keri, i have dropped by older i-phone probably 40 times since i bought it. always works. i love apple. >> it doesn't matter to apple lovers. the phones are sold out in palo alto. and one is said to switch carrier
>> live from the kgo tv broadcast center this, is abc7 news. good morning, everyone, thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. here's the view from mt. tam. you notice the fog off in the distance and then some higher clouds. today a little difference than yesterday. we saw 90s yesterday but already in the upper 50s today. but some cooling will take effect from the date-day sea breeze and also a few high clouds. 60s and 70s as we head toward noontime around the bay. it will stay in the upper 50s at our coast and by the afternoon mid-80s. so numbers cooling back anywhere from two to four degrees today, but still very pleasant out there. we will look for much of this weather to stick with us. we are talking not only the rest of september, but we've got the rest of the weekend to talk about. today we are fine-tuning the forecast coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a federal criminal investigation of chevron's richmond's refinery is underway. officials are examin
>> >> announcer: live from the kgo-tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >>> new workweek hope you had a great weekend thanks for joining us, i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. in the east bay a woman is in critical condition following a deadly weekend traffic accident that claimed a life the driver is in jail facing felony charges. amy hollyfield is in walnut creek with details. >> reporter: we are learning more about the relationship between the two women. the mercury news is reporting that the woman who is in the hospital and very critical condition is a young woman this her 20s. the woman who was killed was her mother-in-law, here visiting her son and his new wife. they got married over the summer now the young wife is here in the hospital. police say, the driver who hit them is 53-year-old man, he has been arrested for vehicular manslaughter. police say it is too early to know if he was speeding, on drugs or had been drinking. witnesses describe it as a horrific scene. the two women were walking with two men on the sidewalk, when the pick-up hit them. witnesses say 52-y
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